Mr. trollop did not laugh this time; he seemed seriously perplexed.
We have been Dickens'd and trollop'd, and it should do us good.
But besides being nervous, that trollop of a Satin was lacking in respect.
I should think you'd want to hide your face in shame, you trollop.
Maurice d'Esparvieu replied simply, "Get out of it, you trollop!"
"She's no more of a trollop than you are," said he, with spirit.
Are you the trollop that has the impudence to come for my place?
Oh, let us come out and be frank with each other: I know you, Mr. trollop.
I want Mr. trollop to make his great speech on the Pension bill.
They'd like to live in hotels, and trollop about the streets day and night.
1610s, "slovenly woman," probably from troll (v.) in sense of "roll about, wallow."
[A] certain Anne Hayward, wife of Gregory Hayward of Beighton, did in the parishe church of Beighton aforesaid in the time of Divine Service or Sermon there, and when the Minister was reading & praying, violently & boisterously presse & enter into the seat or place where one Elizabeth, wife of Robert Spurlinir, was quietly at her Devotion & Duty to Almighty God and then and there did quarrel chide & braule & being evilly & inalitiously bent did use then and there many rayleing opprobrious Speeches & Invectives against the said Elizabeth calling her Tripe & Trallop, to the great disturbance both of the Minister and Congregation. [Archdeaconry of Sudbury, Suffolk, Court Proceedings, 1682]